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Contactless Fare Media System Standard Part 2: Contactless Fare Media Data Format and Interface Standard. Tomas Oliva. Using Standards to Make “Smart” Choices Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) May 17, 2006. UTFS Elements of Standardization.
Using Standards to Make
Talking Technology and Transportation (T3)
May 17, 2006
PART 3 – Regional Central System Interface Specification
PART 4 – System Security Planning and Implementation Guideline
PART 2 – Contactless Fare Media Data Format and InterfaceStandard
Sample elements: Country ID, Region ID, Issuer ID, Transit application expiry date, PICC Manufacturer ID, Issuing CID ID
The PICC contains only one PHPO.
Sample elements: Fare class code, birth date of patron, language preference, start and end of profile, and associated discount
Sample elements: Payment type (cash, credit, recurring load, etc.), transaction date and time, value added or deducted, location where transaction took place.
Sample elements: Fare product used, agency where PICC was used, is the transaction linked to the previous transaction (i.e. transfer rules), transaction value.
1 = Load
2 = Product Blocked
3 = Product Un-Blocked
4 = Validation or Deduction
5 = Validation or Deduction Date and Time Override
6 = Reserved
7 = Configuration Change
8 = Previous Transaction Undone
9 = Reserved
10 = Reserved
11 = Negative List Status Change
12 = Unload
13 = Reserved
14 = Reserved
15 = Out of Region T-Purse UseTransaction Types
Sample elements: PICC transaction sequence number (maximum of 127 transactions are tracked), fare product used in last transaction, product type codes.
Sample elements: Whether the user has subscribed to Autoload, pass or transfer expiry date and time, number of remaining trips or rides, where the product is valid (i.e., specific zone)
Sample elements: Frequency of autoload, autoload threshold (trigger), autoload amount
Sample elements: Accumulated value used in a particular day, definition of time period for which a transaction limit applies, time period start, number of transactions performed during time limit.
Sample elements: Daily limit of payments that can be performed “on account”, bankcard information from which payment is made, bankcard expiry date.
Sample elements: Type of autovalue product, accumulation of value units today, accumulation of value units this week, last week, 2 weeks ago, and 3 weeks ago.
Martin Schroeder, P.E., APTA